Saturday, August 28, 2010

And They Say That a Zero Can Save Us



I've decided that since, unfortunately, I can't make it to Glenn Beck's big "I Have a Scheme"/Triumph of the Wingnut rally in D.C. (with all due credit to Jon Stewart and Digby, respectively), I'm just going to watch this over and over again throughout the day.

It'll be just like being there -- only with less drooling.

7 comments:

@DwainIBe said...

I love how he checks his watch at the end like he's got somewhere to be!

toastie said...

Buster Bluth?

brite said...

I suppose that was meant to be funny, but really Chez, it just made me vey very sad.

B8ovin said...

It says he was brought in by the police. He wasn't picked up at the DMV was he? It would make a lot of sense.

VOTAR said...

I spoke too soon the other day.

If I didn't always have my phone on vibrate/silent,

THAT would be my ringtone.

Anonymous said...

I wish I hadn't watched this. Twenty eight or so years ago I sat next to a man at a counter restaurant for lunch break from my job at a bank in Boston. He said, over and over and OVER AGAIN: "Isn't that strange, a border clock, here at the Brigham's in the Prudential Center in Boston. Isn't that strange." I still hear it quite often in my head. I am going to play Cee-Lo Green again now, to try to clear this out of my head. I hate it here!

motheralex said...

We were visiting with an old student of ours, and made the mistake of taking the Metro. Even New Yorkers are more polite. I barely made it out of the train without beating the shit out of a whole lot of people. When we got home, my wife turned to me and said," OK, that WAS a bad idea. You are now allowed 4 stupid things to do, and I'll forgive you." - I'd suggested that we not go to D.C that day, and she said that we'd be meeting in DuPont Circle, we'd be fine. Yeah, DuPont was fine, but the Ride home was horrific.